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December 2020

Artists & Designers Fair 2020 – Cancelled

Your chance to buy stunning original, handcrafted items directly from the artists and designer-makers, including contemporary jewellery, ceramics, photography, painting and textiles. It's the perfect opportunity to pick up ideal Christmas gifts or to treat yourself, plus you can also visit the Foxlowe Arts Centre café. ...
05 Dec
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Foxlowe Arts Centre
Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 6AD
Free

Artists & Designers Fair 2020 – Cancelled

Your chance to buy stunning original, handcrafted items directly from the artists and designer-makers, including contemporary jewellery, ceramics, photography, painting and textiles. It's the perfect opportunity to pick up ideal Christmas gifts or to treat yourself, plus you can also visit the Foxlowe Arts Centre café. ...
06 Dec
12:00 am - 4:00 pm
Foxlowe Arts Centre
Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 6AD
Free
March 2021

Simon Evans: The Work of the Devil

Postponed from 24th April due to the Coronavirus... Simon Evans: The Work of the Devil Simon Evans’ last show, Genius 2.0 (***** “A Masterclass” The Scotsman) provided an hilarious analysis of the departure of any visible sign of intelligence from modern life. But his new show raises the stakes, with his usual excoriating views of a world on fire given a perspective shift from personal revelations that turned his world upside down this year. ...
11 Mar
8:00 pm
Foxlowe Arts Centre
Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 6AD
£15/£13 (concession)

Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip

Postponed from 18th April 2020 and then from November due to the Coronavirus. “The best live act I’ve seen all summer” so said BBC 6 Music presenter & music aficionado Gideon Coe. Now back at the Foxlowe under new Covid guidelines to keep you safe. ...
13 Mar
8:00 pm
£12.00
May 2021

IAN MCNABB (THE ICICLE WORKS) SOLO SHOW

In 1981 Ian formed The Icicle Works with Chris Sharrock (drums), and Chris Layhe (bass and vocals). They quickly gained a following through their debut single release, Nirvana, and extensive live performances up and down the country. The Icicle Works became part of the Liverpool renaissance movement of the eighties, alongside acts such as Echo And The Bunnymen, The Teardrop Explodes, WAH!, Heat, OMD, Black, Dead Or Alive, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Lotus Eaters, and China Crisis ...
07 May
£16.50
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